French Artist Louis Stimes Hacks Fashion Spreads With Graffiti

French artist, Louis Stimes, is hacking fashion magazines with hand drawn typography. With his unique style – Stimes moved from urban supports to the object support with a certain ease, he evolved his work on fashion spreads starting from the simple observation that the models wore less and less garments. It’s then equipped with its markers that he dressed the models with his graf’ by hacking magazines covers or other spreads that inspires him.

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